(updated) Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitary

(updated) Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitary

 (Photo by Myra Lambino: Trek to the Transit of  Venus, Griffith Park,  

 Los Angeles, California)                                     

trail to Venus in transit

telling time on  planetary trail

on a visit to Venus in transit

without veil only chance can tell

Opalescent will be kissed but by kismet

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From:  Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitary

Explanation of the theme: Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitary by Cheri Lucas on September 21, 2012: “Solitary. I love capturing a person in a quiet and often unexpected moment. These kinds of images can be reflective, mysterious, or even sad, conjuring strong emotions and stirring up stories in my head. I snapped this photograph 

in the grand Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, Turkey. That afternoon, it was very busy and crowded inside, but I turned a corner at one point and walked into the empty, bright, airy space pictured above. I experienced a few moments of silence as I watched a woman walk to the end of the room. We were strangers—yet alone, together. A solitary moment, frozen with my lens.

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i wrote four lines for the photo above (shot by Myra, a man trekking a hilltop on his way to the Griffith Observatory) because more people were liking my photo-post in the other blog http://www.chattel.wordpress.com , supposedly an inactive blog —  maybe because i wrote three lines for it; based on the word “sliver” — a man was balancing himself on a bamboo raft that looked like a sliver because of the way it was photographed by Myra). here it is, click link below:

Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitary

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